That part is definitely true. Been proven time and again, in fact
Wish I did, but a PFF subscription is a luxury these days.
I remember talking about this during the season, and it seems like those PA%'s were...
Trends in daily new cases. This is Europe only, but UK looks a lot like the US.
(Not an endorsement of the verbiage at the top.)
No, and hell no.
If you test positive for antibodies, consider donating plasma if you're eligible. They're paying for first-time antibody donations in many...
Wrong. Deaths from pneumonia alone went up more than 250% from February to April.
US pneumonia deaths
February 2-29, 2020
Dallas and Amarillo are both currently at level red. That's a "recommendation" to stay home except for essential travel.
Another advantage of convalescent plasma over those others is that it's not just a treatment. It could also be the basis for a vaccine.
Each sample is true by itself, but the misleading part is the fact that there are exactly three samples.
You could list hundreds of combinations...
Unless it's a state where there have been a lot of deaths, the strategy looks like it's "reopen without stretching the limits of the health care...
This is what I mean about the correlation between deaths and reopening. States in bold are at least partially open as of today.
No, I think it all depends on the deaths that people are seeing around them. If not for all the deaths, I believe everything would still be open...
A year ago then. Why was everything open a year ago, but not now?
It goes directly to the point. How many places do you think would be closed if there hadn't been a big increase in deaths in the last 3 months?
Which ones weren't risks three months ago?
It's like we're so hungry for good news that we're trying to rationalize it into existence.
The risk of driving hasn't changed. Its "constancy" is the very thing that makes it a bad analogy.